Twenty metres in length for the new flagship of Cranchi Yachts’ Flybridge Collection. This is the Cranchi Sessantadue 62 ft that the shipyard founded in 1870 will be presenting at the 63rd Genoa International Boat Show. The distinguishing feature of the new Cranchi Sessantadue 62 ft is the unprecedented vertical prow that favours the water lines, lengthening the waterline and empowering the yacht’s momentum.
At 20.15 metres long with a maximum beam of 5.15 metres, the Cranchi Sessantadue 62 ft is the result of joint work between the Cranchi Yachts Research Centre and Christian Grande and is marked by a strong continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces that the shipyard wanted to create on the main deck where the saloon is a true continuation of the cockpit.
The living area on the main deck opens up with a dining room with a marble table and an equipped galley and continues with a bright lounge. The wheelhouse, which is only lightly separated from the rest of the space, concludes the main deck, which outside has a second relaxation area in the bow. The flybridge is equipped with a wet bar or kitchenette with TV lift, sundeck and seating and houses the second helm station.
The below-deck layout of the Cranchi Sessantadue 62 ft includes three cabins and three bathrooms with the owner’s suite equipped with an antechamber and relaxation corner shared amidships and full beam, a VIP forward and a twin cabin. The crew cabin and aft garage complete the lower deck. Engines: two Volvo Pentas with 1000 hp.